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500,000 jobs in new york city. as president, i'll build an economy that delivers good jobs with higher wages. i'll take on the gun lobby and save lives. and i will stop trums assault on women'seproductive rights. i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accouas president,sults. i'll offer common sense plans and i will get it done. so let's stay on the offensive, and let's win. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. >>onef our top stories tonight. right now the deadly corona viruhas more than 1000 people o are victims who have died around the globe
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sincthe outbreak started and more than 40,000 have been infected senses outbreak in december the walk around a virus has killed more people than the sars outbreak that claimed 774 victims around the world between november of 2002. >>and july of 2003. there are at least 12 cases of corona virus confirmed in the united states. 6 of those are here in california 4 of them are being treated in the bay area to patients from san benito county are being treated at ucsf 2 more in santa clara county are also being treated and 5 hospital workers in santa clara county are in cell isolation while officials say the virus is not a pandemic yet. health officials worry that the number of cases could continue to soar whitney wild has the latest from washington. >>cases of the novel corona virus stretch from the united states australia topping 40,000 infections in 25 countries and territories and
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claimed the lives ofat least 910 peopldespite travel restrictions, heah officials worry there could be more cases in the us. so right now the risk the risk is relatively low for us, but that could change pretty quickly in the us there are 12 confirmed cases of corona virus 6 in california to illinois one in arizona one in massachusetts, one in washington state and one in wisconsin, 10 of them were impoted cases from and to a close contacts spouses for those working or reporting on global health, the pace of the virus calls to mind the sars outbreak of 2003 now some who witnessed the spread of that deadly virus worry about a repeat due to what some see as leadership failures in china, i fear there too late. >>that everybody's dragging their feet and getting ready fothis and i think this is going to really explode health officials say the virus is actually less lethal than sars the corona virus death te hovers around 2% while sars
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>>killing 774 people of the more than 8,000 infected was less than sars but it's clearly much more than the typical seasonal flu in washington with the wild kron 4 news. >>kohn far as we continue our coverage of the corona virus will keep you posted on the latest updates and the best ways to protect yourself and we have the very latest on our website kron 4 dot com just look for the corona virus tab under news time for another look at the forecast as we are what we're looking at are looking at yes, what's better could we beautiful weather really sure we are right in the heart of the wet season we're talking about these record breaking temperatures right now i've been trying to look for a whole change in the pattern unfortunately just don't see right now so yeah we're going joy that sunshine a for at least another few days here though it believes some minor fluctuations. >>and the pattern here but right now remaining dry, you can see out there doppler
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radar scanning the state now just can't find any rain we had some in southern california on sunday and early this morning with that is moving out of town. that's about as close as it's been to us wind advisory still going in effect are still remain in effect at least until tomorrow morning. still some of those gusty winds over the north a mountain tops above about a 1000 feet or so that's where you see some of the stronger gusts in excess of 40 maybe is a 50 mile an hour gusts across some of the mountains overnight tonight and in the early tomorrow morning then that wind begins to subside temperatures outside still have a 71 still the and santa rosa lee topped out at 79 degrees today still 68 very comfortable in concord 64 degrees a little more 66 in san jose 62 degrees in oakland and 61 degrees in san francisco tomorrow, we're back in the 60's almost 70 degrees in oakland almost 70 again in san jose little cooler out along the coastline as a ridge is going to start to weaken just a little bit but not by much here does seem long-range forecaster it starts to flatten out just a little bit tomorrow as a weak system kind of dives over the top of it that sweeps through on a
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wednesday and then another one behind that as we get into thursday as that systm that is like to not bring us any rain as we get the weekend this one looks like try to get a little bit closer by saturday night, but again that falls apart moving over the top of that ridge, we're not seeing any rain coming in fact on long-range forecast least to the next week starting show something possibly breaking through. that's very iffy at this point so would that be something we get to the better part of february and hardly any rain at all. temperatures overnight lows going to be the 30's in the 40's by day tomorrow enjoy some sunshine and numbers running well above the average 67 degrees in the sunset tomorrow about 67 degrees in daly city 62 in half moon bay, 69 in millbrae 70 in burlingame 70 degrees in san carlos 69 amount do lot of 60's and 70's in the south bay. these may maybe some mid 70's and a little more 71 in dublin 71 in union city 70 degrees in fremont about 71 in san leandro in castro valley 72 in concord 73 a forecast high in danville about 72 in benicia 74 degrees the
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expected high in fairfield and along the coastline, 70 degrees at stinson beach with an offshore wind 72 degrees in petaluma maybe 75 in sandra fell next few days the temperatures do come down, but the sunshine remains a few more clouds coming our way late on thursday and in the valentine's day. >>thank you lawrence and the east bay frmont police arrested a 16 year-old for assault with a deadly weapon on an officer, the incident started early sunday morning when a patrol officer located the car wanted in connection with a felony theft d officer made a traffic stop and held the drer at gunpoint while additional officers responded the suspect began to ram the ofcers car and then sped away shortly after that the suspect crashed into another vehicle along maori avenue d farewell drive the crash caused the victim's vehicle to flip over the suspect ran both the suspect nd the female victim of the rolled over car saying major injuries and was
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transported to an area hospital the 16 year-old now faces several charges. also in fremont officers arrested this man 40 year-old andre pool of hayward for car theft last tonight officers found a stolen car from hayward and performed a traffic stop at the avalon apartment complex pool failed to stop for the officers backed his car into a police vehicle and another car before driving away police were able to track him down they made an arrest a 24 year-old female passenger was also arrested after searching through the vehicle police say they found several shaved keys as well as a methamptamine pipe and a window punch the 2 suspects now face a number of charges. 2 police officers in eastern arkansas were shot and injured this morning that happened at a wal-mart store in forrest city, arkansas. >>the gunman who was killed by police authorities say a man at the store had been threatening to blow up the building and police say he opened fire when they arrived
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one ofcer was taken to a local hospital the other was airlifted to memphis local and state police are investigating it. we continue to celebrate black history moh put the otlight on black leaders to help protect our national parks plus hollywd's biggest night all wrapped up no
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>>well the movie stars gathered last night at the
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dolby theater in los angeles to celebrate the biggest night in hollywood the osr now she is in hollywood with a look at the highlights the reactions. cent of course the fashion. >>in many ways in this year's academy awards were unpredictable and his story parasite taking on the big award of the night and it was the first time that a south korean film won an oscar in fact they won multiple including best picture and best international feature film it was a memorable night for the cast for the director and even for the audio is. >>hollywood coming alive sunday at the 92th annual academy awards. the moment of the night and the oscar goes to a surprise best picture winner. parasite. for the first time in academy history, a non english language film winning the most anticipated award of the night.
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>>we never imagined this to ever happen we're so happy in total the south korean film winning 4 academawards other winds were more expected, including tor in leading role and full of so much gratitude joy howe, and actress in a leading role misc island. you are certainly among the heroes to unite and define colonel the words went host list for the second year in row, they don't real have hosted the more why is that. foreman says. and the presenters. kept things entertaining and occasionally political that to me only have 45 seconds appear. >>which is 45 seconds more than senate gave john bolton this week. >>to serve the married to the magic of the movies. >>in the world of fashion a lot of white we saw many different styles but a lot of
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whites came from the town likes very sparkly beautiful gowns and then we also saw that sustainable fashion trend people like what team phoenix wearing the same taxi told the entire award season which also probably brought him good luck says he did take home his first oscar reporting in hollywood, i'm coming over now that heat. >>up next the democratic presidential candidates continue to turn on each other ahead of the new hampshire
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>>international nears the nation's first presidential primary is tuesday tomorrow in new hampshire, and the candidates are turning up the heat. >>are a lot of questions about whether the primary might be a last contest for any of the candidates. meantime the campaigning is intense and yes in some cases. contenders are turning on each other. jeff reports. >>one day before the new hampshire primary of fear showdown and open warfare in the democratic presidential race i get it. >>he's a good guy is a great mare but guess what he air. the experience of people to ng judge who served for 8 years as mayor of south bend, indiana. it was hardly a sign of confidence from biden trying to reset his campaign after running 4th in iowa as the attacks were reminiscent of questions that rivals, including biden and hillary clinton once raised about barack obama during his 2008
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campaign. he went on to be president. >>is this a act of desperation on your campaign to be made my eyes and you think assertion right now these guys going to jack not rock obama but a judge sh back sunday on cnn's state of the union. >>well he's right i'm not and neither is hate me there's any of us running for president after a strong showing in iowa buttigieg is now wearing a bull's eye as rivals try to slow or block a surge in new hampshire, where thousands turned out to see him at weekend rallies we've got to hampshire frontrunner bernie sanders is also taking aim at buttigieg suggesting he's in the pocket of wealthy donors morning gets some guys people to church among we raise campaign funds om over 40 million. >>40 billion s 40 billion our campaign is a very different campaign. >>judge rejects that claim and fired back at sanders. i respect senator sanders, but when i hear this message go
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out that. >>you're either for revolution. or you got to be for the status quo. that's a vision of the country that doesn't have room for most of elizabeth warren looking for a new hampshire jewel of her own we have one job. >>in november. beat donald trump. but taking a different approach broader mining democrats to focus on the task at hand like we're going to have to bring our party together in order to beat donald trump and the way we do this is not by launching a bunch of attacks on each other trying to tear each other down. >>in any club which are drawing some of our largest crowd yet. >>following a strong debate performance friday night. it is trying to strike a late start and win over undecided or convert supporters of biden and others and may be having second thoughts i am not the loudest person. >>but by bit step by step we have built this support for this nation.
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>>that was jeff sell any reporting 24 delegates up for grabs in the new hampshire priry it comes as bernie sanders is calling for partial recanvass of the iowa caucuses, so is the buttigieg campaign. >>sanders finished with only 2 fewer delegates than pete buttigieg tonight more than 100 us troops have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries at follows iran's missile attack in iraq, according to us military officials that number up significantly just as the end of january when the pentagon said 64 service members have been diagnosed with those injuries. >>the pentagon and white house had initially id no service members were injured or killed in the attack about 200 people were in the blast, his own at the time of the attack which was in retaliation for the january 2nd. a us drone strike which killed a top iranian general last month president trump said he does not consider a potential brain injuries to be as serious as
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physical combat wounds. we are celebrating black history month and tonight we take a look at the work of a group of african-americans which helped to preserve our national parks, anthony bailey reveals the hidden history of yosemite. >>our national parks are home to some of the most iconic views in the world. we look across here you're seeing the south fork of them are said river you're seeing and the coniferous trees that we have here deciduous trees national park ranger shelton johnson teaches visitors about to somebody. among the reenactments and talk the present is the story of a group of after american troops called the buffalo soldiers american fighters who harkin their hair to the crown of a buffalo if you could bring soldiers back and put it right here again it wouldn't look that much different than what they experience themselves. in 1866 the army sent the group which included civil war veterans and other soldiers to
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the wilderness, we know as well all know. the group is comprised of the 9th and 10th calvary and the 24th and 25th infantry. so roads had to be built hotels were built lodging of areas of sorts for building. they were all built for the convenience of visitors. >>for the next several summers a few 100 soldiers would camp in a tent city at the headquarters located in the a loop with a woman campground the essential service, some of the first park rangers anywhere in the world national parks were a new poaching in timber thieves were new to families a custom exploration and life in the wild west. so they said they providing a presence of discipline, a presence of authority so that people knew that to the park was under the command of these forces, the national parks and park rangers would not be established until years later in 1916, the buffalo soldiers also left their mark in the area of conservation. >>and on most los behind me. buffalo soldiers actually build in 19 oh 4 on our merida
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it is believed to be the first museum in the national park system. >>although from contributions are gone ranger johnson says another connections are still very present. >>happen, i'm wearing on my head right no to rise from the calvary were worn by the us army troops both in yosemite sequoia and yellowstone that history of the after american contribution. >>to the national parks is what johnson is working to keep alive and inspire others we didn't just come along after this was set up we were part of the setting up we are part of the building of this idea. >>and that was anthony bailey reporting make sure to tune in on saturday night february the 22th at 9 30 how the host an hour hidden history special celebrating black history. coming up former finaland the tea and fan favorite andre iguoda returned to the bay area play against his old teammates. >>mark and jason will set you up for bay area sports night by breaking down its with
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dollars return coming up. >>and winds continue with at least across parts of the north bay. we get a low temperatures we're going to have tomorrow they are going
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the outset of bay area sports night. >>that's right we're talking about a reunion of sorts on bay area sports night tonight, andrea dollar playing against the golden state warriors the a franchise legend. it's hard to believe that he's playing for another team you know play with the miami years tonight on such a center some of what he means to the he's one of those guys it goes beyond stats, you can't just look at stats with him because it doesn't tell the whole picture he was a guy who was a leader in the locker room. >>for years. >>help anchor 3 nba 6. this was a huge shot ght here i was there in the building for that in toronto when he hit the agora that will let that one them their only game and in that series to want that's right and they want so you know he is a big time player he probably won't be paying for drinks any time you visit the bay area and i know we'll talk about them a lot more on their sport and will be hearing from the man himself
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on during the dollar and now a memberof the man iii playing against the warriors tonight a lot to talk about on bay area sports night 7 o'clock on the kron on app store back to you can all right. thank you mark and jason. >>weather chief meteorologist lawrence karnow was here in large the wind not to not out of the picture yes, some parts of the area to see the winds subside now but in the north bay still some gusty winds and certainly could see some gusts over 40 maybe even some 50 mile an hour gusts over the tops of hills the areas shaded in a tent here so that will continue tonight until about 11 o'clock in the morning tomorrow temperatures around the bay area tomorrowlan, a beautiful numbers. >>60's and tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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oscars wildest moments. awkward. >> officially inseminate a cow. >> what you didn't see on tv. look at all the rain. even the stars are star struck. >> bobby? >> then, oscars so political. >> they told me i had 45 seconds up here. that is 45 seconds more tn the senate gave john bolton. >> charlize, margo, rene, scarlet. >> fhion ritz and misses.

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